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 -  Thursday, August 16, 2007
best cherry
Reviewed By: Gary (Sudbury, Ontario)
I have a dozen of these cherries and they are just now fruiting 2 years after planting them. They are what they advertise, a fantastic cherry here in my canadian 3A zone.
 -  Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Reviewed By: Dan (Highland, CA)
Honestly; I did not think the plant would be that small when it arrived. I though more along the lines of a potted citrus tree at that famous [orange themed] home improvment store. Nonetheless; I just put it in the dirt and already the sprouting leaf buds are full of leaves. This is indeed a healthy plant, and hopefully I can get fruit in a few years. Top quality plant.
 -  Monday, July 21, 2008
Survived a Rabbit Attack
Reviewed By: Paul Charlesworth (Houghton, MI)
I was really excited about this little plant (and it was little) when it arrived. I put it in a plant oasis pot and it started to do pretty well. Then winter came and went and I found half of the poor thing had been bitten off by a rabbit (usual evidence). Despite this setback the even smaller plant has put on about 8-10 inches of new growth this year and looks really healthy. I'm not sure how long it will be before I get fruit, but the plant seems happy enough. This winter it will be protected by a wire cage!
 -  Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Reviewed By: Danny Grogg (Aloha, Oregon)
This plant produced 17 pounds of cherries in ONE month! Another good thing about it is that multiple plants make a great and productive hedge! Plus, the cherries are extra sweet when ripe!
 -  Monday, February 23, 2009
Teeny tiny plant
Reviewed By: Adam (Davis, California)
I have ordered from Gurneys before and wasn't expecting this bush cherry to be as large as the Ranier Cherry tree I bought at the local garden center, but neither was I expecting it to be THIS small. It doesn't mention the size in the description except "potted plant". I was thinking maybe as large as the small citrus trees sold at the supercenter, but this was about a 1 1/2 inch pot with the thinnest little twig you can imagine about the length of my finger. These had better be some great cherries to be worth $30 for this tiny plant. I have started cuttings that are larger than this. If you are expecting something this small when you order it might not be that bad, but expect it to be small. Smaller than a tomato seedling, smaller than a pencil, about as big around as a piece of spaghetti, but only half the length. NOW I understand why it takes 4 years to get fruit.